I’m a huge fan of revisiting good movies again and again over the span of several years. But not just movies—books, music, other works of art, foods. Anything of quality is fair game, even if I was only lukewarm to it initially.
This quote attributed to Heraclitus comes to mind:
No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.
In this case, the work you are revisiting is the same. You, however, are not. And the context from which you are experiencing it is not.
It’s rewarding to dive into the same good book every few years and find fresh lessons and insights waiting there for you each time. You see things you did not see and likely could not see at a previous point in your life. In a way, the fact that this happens is a sign of life—a confirmation that you are still growing in whatever areas that work covers.